Přednášky a semináře

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Research seminar programme:

February 21 Constantine Sandis (Hertfordshire) – Modern Moral Philosophy Before and After Anscombe

February 28 Maria Balaska (Centre for Ethics, Pardubice)  – Self-attainment, Meaning, and The limits of introspective knowledge: Cavell and Freud

March 7 Matej Cíbik (Centre for Ethics, Pardubice) – The Political, the Moral, and the Global

March 14 Jakub Jirsa (Charles University) – The Structure of Courage – a Credible Psychology of Socratic Virtue

March 21 Chris Grau (Clemson)  – Love, Reason, and Irreplaceability

March 28 Olli Lagerspetz (Åbo)  Collingwood, Winch and Logic

April 4 Genia Schönbaumsfeld (Southampton)   Meaning-Dawning' in Wittgenstein's Notebooks - A Kierkegaardian Reading and Critique

April 11 Ondřej Sikora (Pardubice) – Being in dialogue. On the concept of virtue in Nietzsche's Zarathustra

April 18 Lucy Campbell (Oxford)– Practical Knowledge and Practical Truth: Anscombe on Knowledge 'In Intention'

April 25 Eileen John (Warwick) – Divided by feeling: responding to affective disagreement

May 2 Hugo Strandberg (Centre for Ethics, Pardubice) – Forgiveness and Moral Development

May 3-4 Internal workshop: Knowledge, Power, Truth: Reflections on Politics Today

May 9 Kamila Pacovská (Centre for Ethics, Pardubice) – Dmitri Karamazov Is Not a Murderer. Moral Character and The Significance of Action

May 16 Filip Grygar (Pardubice) – Bohr´s Complementarity Framework

May 23 Marina Barabas (CAS / Centre for Ethics, Pardubice) – Authority and Reason

May 25 The Economics of Death  – Excursion to the Sedlec Ossuary in Kutná Hora with a talk by Joseph Wiinikka-Lydon (Centre for Ethics, Pardubice) 

May 28-30 Intensive seminar with Toril Moi (Duke): Form and Formalism in Literary Studies

For more information contact:
Michael Campbell Michael.campbell@upce.cz

All welcome!